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AHOM.                                                                  187

rait (Kh.  and Sh. hati, Siamese raw), we, the plural of katt, I j KOHL, rau*kot I>

52; ran, 17; ours, rait-mai, 19.
ret what ? (H )
rik (Sh. jfo'A, Siamese rile), to say, call; rik, (he) called, summoned, I, 35 ; rik-m$,

to call and coine, to entreat; rang rik-mat addressed and entreated, I, 41.
rik, a relation; kun-rik-tai, relations and playmates, friends, I, 40.
ring (KL, and Sh. fa'#, pr. heng), a thousands III, 8,19.
TO (Kh, and Sh, 7w, Siamese htta), the head, 40; no ro} on the head, against *,$>hd nb-

ro> against heaven, I,19, 25 ; prep., before ;  TO pi lung, before year one, one

year ago, II, 3.

r59 to know, III, 10,11; tMrn-kham-ro, ask word know, enquired, I, 86.
rit (Kh. and Sh hit), a boat (H.).

riik (pronounced rok) (Kh., Sh. and Siamese holt)* numeral, six, 6.
run (Kh. and Sh Juln, Siamese rueri),& house, G7; run, in the house, 1,  15, 41;

223; run, into the house, I, 40 ; man run, (in) his house, II, 2 ; khau run, in

the house,  226 ; khau d-nanriin, in that house, 233;Jpfom*7  run, near the

house, I, 34 ; n< <zAr, outside the house, I, 41; run, to the house, II, 4; tl

man run, to his house, II, 6.

, ripe (H,).

*   (Kh. and Sh. kai)s far, 89; kt-shai, how far, 222; shai-ni, far distant, a long
way, 224.

*  (Kh. and Sh. the same), a rope; Instr., tang shai, (bind him) with a rope,
236.

sham (Kh. and Sh. the same, Siamese sdm), numeral, three, 3.

sMng or shdng-M (Kh. and Sh. slidng or shdng-wd), conditional conjunction, if,

II, 6 (thang-ba)) 8 (sMng); 97; with chang in apodosis, 1,13 (shdng-M);

sJtdng-bd, as if, II, 13; kd-shdng, interrog. neuter pronoun, what ?, I, 36; 93,

220; how many?, I, 43.
sJidng (Kh.  and Sh. the same, Siamese song)t numeral, two; 1,3, 4; 2,105,

114,123 ; Ink-man shang-kun, sons two-persons, two sons,41,1.
shau (Kh. and Sh. shau), a grown up young woman, 11,9, 13 ; Mftg-shaii, harlot

young-woman, a harlot, I,  49; ndng'shau, an adult youDger sister, II,

15,1C ; 225.
shau (Kh. khau, Sh. shaut to enter; shati-u-koi, has entered, was in, I, 33.   See

shau (Kh. and Sh. shau} Siamese yi-sip)9 numeral, twenty, 11*.
shau-hing (pronounced heng) (Kh. the same), to use, make use of; bai shau-hing,
I used watching, I used to watch3 II, 4. The separate parts of the com-
pound are not explained.
shi (Kh. the same), a particle used as a suffix giving an indefinite participial force
to the yerb, usually, but not always, that of the present; tai-sM, dying, 1,17;
tai'shi-jau, was dying, I, 30 ; pai-nai-shi, going unexpectedly, II, 12; Hang-
sht or u-shi, being, 170; having been, 171; po-shi, beating, 177; haying beaten,
178; pai-shl, going, 218; pai-shi~o> gone (ois a particle of past time), 219 ;the
indefinite force of the particle is well seen in ghrqi-jau-shi (to see if the
cow) had gone, II, 9; shl-ko^ although, II, 12.
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